• Events

    Webinars Have questions about the program? The OregonSaves team is here to support you. Each month, we host educational webinars to help employers and savers better understand how the program works, how to enroll, how to facilitate the program, and more. Events are offered in both English and...

  • Excess Removal Form

    Use this form if your contributions exceed the annual Roth IRA contribution limit or your income exceeds the maximum allowed for Roth IRA contributions and you need to make a withdrawal to correct the excess.

  • FAQs

  • Financial Resources

    The State of Oregon wants to help you succeed in all areas of financial health, not just retirement. Consult the organizations below for helpful information on everything from financial education to tax assistance and much more. Financial Wellness Oregon Financial Empowerment Quarterly This Oregon...

  • Gateway

    I received a notification. If your employer recently joined OregonSaves, you should have received a notification via email or postal mail with a unique Access Code. This code can be used to set up or opt out of your account. I would like to sign myself up. If you’re self-employed or work for an...

  • Help Center

  • Help & Resources

    Have a question or need help? These resources can answer some common questions and provide helpful tools and insights about OregonSaves for businesses and participants. Employer Portal Help Center Get all of your portal questions answered with step-by-step instructions, articles, and more in the...

  • Home

    Retirement saving made simple With OregonSaves, everyone benefits OregonSaves is the state of Oregon’s retirement savings program that provides Oregonians with an easy and automatic way to save for the future. OregonSaves is available to Oregon workers whose employers do not offer a workplace...

  • How are accounts tracked?

    Accounts are tracked using tax ID number or Social Security number. 

  • How are my contributions made?

    Every pay period, your employer will deduct your contribution from your paycheck, based on your set savings rate, and will send it to your personal Roth IRA account. You can also make your own contributions through your bank account or by check using a paper mail-in form.